Aimless Wondering

 

“You don’t always need a plan. Sometimes you just need to breathe, trust, let go, and see what happens.” ~ Mandy Hale


Hello and thank you for taking the time to visit my blog. I certainly hope that you enjoy your visit to Aimless Wondering and feel benefited by reading my various blog posts covering a range of topics covering most aspects of my life. I have designed and developed this website in order to share with you, my audience an expansive look at the details which make me feel human. Over the last decade I have been actively using social media to communicate with friends and loved ones however I have always wanted to expand upon my points of view and status of well-being, so therefore a blog was a logical step. Please feel free to look at any of my regularly updated content, along with liking, sharing and commenting upon my thoughts. I will always appreciate to see your thoughts on my considerations, my experiences and lifestyle.

Laughing with The League of Gentlemen

Laughing with The League of Gentlemen

WARNING: This is a local blog post for local people. The League of Gentlemen is the stolen title of a comedy troupe who made their names in the latter part of the 1990s. Unlike the comedy stars of the decades before Steve Pemberton, Reece Shearsmith, Mark Gatiss met...

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Movie Reviews

 

Disney’s The Lion King (1994)

Disney’s The Lion King (1994)

Running Time: 88 minutes BBFC Rating: U Genre(s): Disney Animation, Adventure, Drama Director(s): Roger Allers and Rob Minkoff Writer(s): Irene Meechi, Jonathan Roberts, Linda Woolverton (Screenplay) plus others helping with story Leading Actor(s): Rowan Atkinson... read more

TV Show Reviews

 

Sherlock: S4 Ep2 – The Lying Detective (Warning SPOILERS)

Sherlock: S4 Ep2 – The Lying Detective (Warning SPOILERS)

Episode Length 90 minutes BBFC Rating 12 Genre(s) Crime, Drama, Mystery Creator(s) Stephen Moffat & Mark Gatiss Leading Actor(s) Benedict Cumberbatch Martin Freeman Amanda Abbington Rupert Graves Una Stubbs Mark Gatiss Louise Brealey A modern update finds the famous... read more

Technology Reviews

 

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Book Reviews

 

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

Author(s) J.K. Rowling Genre(s) Childrens Fantasy Fiction Publisher Bloomsbury Number of Pages 223 This eighteen chapter novel is the first of seven Harry Potter novels following the young wizard as he discovers his magical abilities and heritage while making... read more

Fred Gough

Welcome to Aimless Wondering. Personal thoughts and views are my own. Throwing my heart in front of me and running ahead to catch it. Read More…

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Fred Gough

- April 2, 2020

Sending my #CoronaCard to @EleanorSegall later today During this time where we are socially distancing & feeling isolated, consider sending a card to someone close to your heart letting them know you're thinking of them 💚 Please consider supporting the project at @corona_cards https://t.co/t6pBJ9v25l
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- April 2, 2020

RT @dodo: Sea otters are such good moms ❤️ https://t.co/rlemhsJVoj
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- April 2, 2020

Absolutely loved watching #Scrubs so delighted to find the @zachbraff & @donald_faison podcast 'Fake Doctors, Real Friends' produced by @iHeartRadio. Looking forward to this series developing https://t.co/8JsvaJ4dQU
Fred Gough

- April 1, 2020

This week is #AutismAwarenessWeek which is very important to recognise in a time where everything feels a lot harder for all. So this great video from @_AmazingThings highlights how #ActuallyAutistic children view the world around them https://t.co/d0baG6QkqB
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